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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:26 pm 
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NefariousKoel wrote:
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Yup, this clown was a resident of Columbia, MO...I have no clue where he found so many contributors there



MU. Mizzou.

It's one of the few counties in MO with a blue-ish tint on the state's election map. College town, so likely to have an unusually high amount of the naive globalist/SJW/Islamophile types running the show, among any other funny business the turd may have been involved with.



College towns....gotta luv 'em!

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 Post subject: Re: The Crusade continues - illegal immigration
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Reason # 36,594 on why the US needs better enforcement of its southern border:

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/c ... 61269.html

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After being deported 3 times in 3 months, he came back with $400,000 of meth for sale

BY DAVID J. NEAL

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February 13, 2018 02:08 PM

Updated February 13, 2018 05:28 PM

A thrice-deported Mexican and his partner in moving methamphetamine each face 10 years to life in federal prison after they transported $400,000 worth of crystal meth for sale to an undercover agent.

Actually, Saul Bustos Bustos, 38, and Irepan Salgado, 24, rolled into town from Atlanta with seven kilograms of meth, worth $560,000 on the street, based on CrystalMethAddiction.org’s generalized $80 per gram street price. But only five kilos were set to be sold to the undercover agent.

In January, Bustos and Salgado each pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of a substance containing a detectable amount of methamphetamine. Not only is Bustos looking at a longer prison sentence because he has another charge — illegal reentry after removal — but he’s proven resistant to deportation. Court documents say he admits to bouncing back into the United States after deportations on April 13, July 6 and July 19 of last year.

Court documents say Bustos or Salgado drove their methmobile to a Hialeah IHOP the afternoon of Nov. 28. Faulty vetting of the customer falls to Irepan Salgado’s brother, Luciano Salgado, a meth dealer in Georgia and New York. Luciano Salgado took a call from the undercover agent and negotiated a wholesale price of $14,500 per kilogram. Luciano turned the customer over to Irepan, so they could arrange a meeting.

They did at the IHOP. Then, the undercover agent went with Bustos and Salgado to a warehouse covered with surveillance video.

Once Bustos and Salgado unloaded the meth into the undercover agent’s box, the bust was made.

David J. Neal: 305-376-3559, @DavidJNeal



Sweet justice would be this guy receiving a life sentence, and then the government deporting his corpse back to Mexico after he finally passes away. :twisted:

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https://www.reuters.com/article/us-mexi ... SKCN1G2061


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FEBRUARY 18, 2018 / 2:03 AM / UPDATED 20 HOURS AGO

Mexican opposition candidates slam Trump wall ahead of campaign

Michael O'Boyle
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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Two Mexican opposition candidates on Sunday vowed to take a tougher line against U.S. President Donald Trump’s border wall, at events where they were selected by their parties to seek the presidency in a July 1 election.

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, 64, of the leftist Morena party holds a double-digit lead in recent polls although right-left coalition leader Ricardo Anaya has recently gained traction.

Former finance minister Jose Antonio Meade, 48, nominated on Sunday by the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), trails behind Lopez Obrador by as much as 20 points.

Lopez Obrador told several hundred Morena supporters gathered at a Mexico City hotel that Trump’s plan for a U.S.-Mexico border wall is unnecessary and bound to leave problems unresolved.

“If he insists on building the wall, we’re going to turn to the United Nations to defend the rights of Mexicans,” he said. “I‘m conscious of my historic responsibility.”


The former Mexico City mayor who has run twice for the presidency also promised to combat inequality, crime and corruption, key election issues for all of Mexico’s main political parties.

Anaya echoed Lopez Obrador’s opposition to a U.S.-Mexico border wall, refusing to pay for its construction and saying he would be tougher than the PRI to defend Mexico’s independence.

“Mexico will never again be treated like a doormat for the United States, as it’s been in this government,” said Anaya,


who is backed by the center-right National Action Party (PAN) and the center-left Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD).

The youngest of the three candidates, Anaya, 38, said in a CEO-style presentation at an auditorium in the capital that he would fight public corruption, raise the minimum wage and improve education to support an economy based on “knowledge” rather than “manufacturing.”

Meade pledged in his nomination acceptance speech at a Mexico City stadium to crack down on crime and impunity, issues that have dogged the current administration and hurt the PRI’s credibility.

With six weeks to go before campaigning begins for the July 1 vote, Meade’s campaign says early polls have traditionally been unreliable indicators of final results in Mexico.

“If this trend continues, the race will become more competitive between the two front runners,” political risk analysts at Eurasia Group said in a note on Friday. “But voter intentions have historically shifted throughout the campaign season, so much could change.”

Analysts have said Lopez Obrador could slow the pace of President Enrique Pena Nieto’s opening of the state-run energy sector to private investment, but they expect he would face a divided Congress that would make any rapid shifts in policy unlikely.

Still, some international investors are concerned he could undermine decades of free-market reforms in Mexico.

The election will mark the first time independent candidates can run for the presidency. Margarita Zavala, wife of former President Felipe Calderon from the PAN, and Jaime Rodriguez Calderon, who became Mexico’s first independent governor in 2015, are expected to get enough signatures to run.

Analysts doubt any of the potential independent candidates have a chance, but their supporters could be a factor in the outcome in a close race.

Reporting by Michael O'Boyle, Frank Jack Daniel and Diego Ore; Writing by Daina Beth Solomon; Editing by Phil Berlowitz and Sandra Maler



The decision whether to build a wall on its border is an internal decision to the United States and is none of Mexico's business.
They may have legitimate concerns over how border checkpoints (timely crossings, etc) are handled.

Sure, Mexico has a right to go to the United Nations and file a complaint.....but I don't think that the US ambassador to the UN would give 2 shits about it.




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Ohhhh....noooo....not the United Nations. I hope they don't send Hans Blix

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